Plug and Run Fedora on a TOSHIBA A300D Laptop, Part II
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"In the following story I will explain you how I made to work my
laptop with Fedora. No, not my opinion or expectations of it but
how I made it to work, what were my difficulties and how I solved
"At the previous part of the article I talked about the perfect
symbiosis of my new laptop and Fedora.
"Yes and no. Of course I am surprised and excited of the work
and I really expected more troubles but there is a lot more to be
"For example, the ethernet card. In the previous part I said
that there were some unwanted troubles with it. When I go back and
think about that moment, I remeber how I made plans to plug
additional USB-to-Ethernet adaptors just to have some ethernet
working. That was really my intention if the built-in card did not
work. I am not sure if the scenario with the USB-to-Ethernet card
could even work too but that was some variant of course.
"So, let's come back to the question. How did I make my ethernet
Marvell Yukon card to work?"